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Jeannette Cabell Coley, American writer. President, board governors Ecumenial Village, West Memphis, Arkansas, since 2002; Presbyterian elder; Member of Arkansas State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (chair commemorative events 1995-1999, historian 2000-2002, chair veterans history project since 2002), Robert Crittenden (regent Daughters of the American Revolution chapter 1993-1999).

Background

Coley, Jeannette Cabell was born on June 26, 1939 in Alexandria, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Charles Ellet Junior Cabell and Marion Cabell Zimmerman.

Education

Diploma in writing, Long Ridge Writers Group, Connecticut, 1997. Diploma in writing for children, Institute of Children's Literature, Connecticut, 2004.

Career

Sewing machine operator Sunshine Fashions, Memphis, 1959—1964. Quality inspector General Electric Miniature Lamp Plant, 1964—1994. Office manager events coordinator Crittenden Arts Council, West Memphis, Arkansas, 1994—1997.

Freelance writer, since 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author, editor (newsletter) Cabell Foundation Incorporated, Lynchburg, Virginia, since 2003.

Membership

President, board governors Ecumenial Village, West Memphis, Arkansas, since 2002. Presbyterian elder; Member of Arkansas State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (chair commemorative events 1995-1999, historian 2000-2002, chair veterans history project since 2002), Robert Crittenden (regent Daughters of the American Revolution chapter 1993-1999).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Piano, Bible study teacher.

Connections

Married James Trice Coley, December 14, 1963. Children: Marion Coley Jones, Elaine Coley Stewart.

father:
Charles Ellet Junior Cabell

mother:
Marion Cabell Zimmerman

spouse:
James Trice Coley

children:
Marion Coley Jones Coley

Elaine Coley Stewart Coley